Jennifer Lopez

This Week’s Top 5 TV Moments: Television’s Back, Baby!

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There are scores of TV shows out there, with dozens of new episodes each week, not to mention everything you can find on Hulu Plus, Netflix streaming, and HBO Go. How’s a viewer to keep up? To help you sort through all that television has to offer, Flavorwire is compiling the five best moments on TV each week. As the new year picks up speed, television’s (slowly) emerging from its midseason hibernation; here’s how the networks are kicking off 2016.
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Watch: Jennifer Lopez Is a Corrupt Cop-Turned-FBI-Informant in the Trailer for Her New Series, ‘Shades of Blue’

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You know the golden age of television has gone platinum when you can think of two shows that have courted some of the biggest pop stars in the world to front them: Lady Gaga is currently leeching people dry weekly on American Horror Story, and now, we have the trailer for Jennifer Lopez’ upcoming crime drama, Shades of Blue.
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A New HBO Doc Gathers “Largest Array of Latino Superstars Ever in a Film” to Celebrate Latino Music

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HBO has announced their upcoming documentary, The Latin Explosion: a New America, directed and produced by Matthew O’Neill and Jon Alpert (the duo who made the four-Emmy-award-winning HBO doc, Baghdad Er). Major music executive Tommy Mottola (who served as EP on the film) said in a statement that the film, which focuses on Latino music’s influence on American culture as a whole, boasts “the largest array of Latino superstars ever in a film.” 
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‘The Boy Next Door’ Is the Rare Bad Movie That Never Stops Being Fun

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There is a scene in Jennifer Lopez vehicle The Boy Next Door where a bully, who has cleverly nicknamed poor Tommy (Adam Hicks) “The Wiz” after an unfortunate allergy-attack incident, teases the boy by telling him that the film The Wiz was on television the night before. He pauses before explaining that The Wiz is the black version of The Wizard of Oz. Yes, a bully, in the middle of tormenting his victim, actually explains the pop culture reference behind his insult. It is one of the many, many laugh-out-loud, “what the hell?” moments in The Boy Next Door. The thriller is so utterly ridiculous, so over-the-top cheesy and trashy, so misinformed and poorly written that it is absolutely amazing. The Boy Next Door is not a good film, but it is the one of the best movies I have ever seen.
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The 15 Golden Globes 2015 Moments Everyone Will Be Talking About

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The early theme of the 2015 Golden Globe Awards was one of diversity. Hosts Amy Poehler and Tina Fey set a tone of irreverent feminist fun. Of course there were exceptions and dud moments — this is a Hollywood awards show, after all. But with heartfelt shout-outs to gay AIDS victims, rape survivors, civil rights activists, trans people, authentic women characters, and stars’ romantic partners of all stripes punctuating the night, it felt like the notoriously boozy telecast had, at least in some respects, finally caught up with its diverse …Read More